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Robin 'Rob' L. Cassidy

Mar 2, 1950 - Nov 23, 2017

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Bangor - Rob L. Cassidy, 67, died after a brief illness November 23, 2017, at EMMC surrounded by his family. He was born March 2, 1950, in Pontiac, MI, the son of Richard T. Cassidy and Rebecca A. (Benson) Cassidy.
Rob graduated from Henry Ford High School in Detriot and was an alumni of Camden-Carlise Military School in South Carolina. Following graduation, he join the United States Marine Corps where he served in Vietnam.
He was married to his loving wife, Cheryl Cassidy for 34 years. Rob was an over the road truck driver, a loyal member of the Exile MC, he also started volunteer driving in the late 90's for WHCA and then volunteering at Penquis. Rob's love of brotherhood, which started in the Marine Corps, led to the brotherhood of the Exiles MC, as well as many close bonds with other bikers from other clubs.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his brother, Richard E. Cassidy, and in-laws, Freeman and Eleanor Frost. Surviving, in addition to his wife, Cheryl (Frost) Cassidy, are his daughters, Shannon (Cassidy) French of Brunswick, Jennifer Cassidy, Tracey Ruhlin and her husband, Ronald, Jessica Chute and her husband, Rusty, all of Brewer; son, Lucas Green and his wife, Terra of California; 9 grandchildren, Corey and Cassidy Damon, Annalee, Kurstin, and Brooklyn Chute, Brayden and Noelani Nichols, Eleanor and Veronica Ruhlin; 3 great-grandchildren, Dan Damon, Kellah and Keegan Larkin; sister, Rennie Aultman and husband, Wiley; many nieces and nephews, and his special furry friend, Tessa.
Relatives and friend are invited to the memorial services Thursday, November 30, 2017, at 2pm at Pine Grove Remembrance Center, 1347 Hammond St., Bangor, ME, with Pastor Erik Aultman and Kevin Martin. Burial will take place at Veterans Memorial in the Spring.
Those who wish to remember Rob in a special way may make gifts in his memory to The Travis Mills Foundation or any Veterans Organizations.
Published on  November 27, 2017
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